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Will tinyCore let me use APT? I am looking forward to use a very light version of Linux on a netbook or something. For the last few years I been using Linux Mint and I like it, but I am getting tired of it, since it is too big to my taste now, and I want an easier, faster and more lightweight one, however I am used to apt-get in Ubuntu and Debian.

I only use my computers for coding and web development stuff, so I don't wannawant to get my hands dirty on a Linux stuff for long, all I need is a lightweight OS that doesn't look stupid and big, vim and a browser to test... howeverHowever, APT is important to me,me; will it work with TinyCore or something similar?

Will tinyCore let me use APT? I am looking forward to use a very light version of Linux on a netbook or something. For the last few years I been using Linux Mint and I like it, but I am getting tired of it, since it is too big to my taste now, and I want an easier, faster and more lightweight one, however I am used to apt-get in Ubuntu and Debian.

I only use my computers for coding and web development stuff, so I don't wanna get my hands dirty on a Linux stuff for long, all I need is a lightweight OS that doesn't look stupid and big, vim and a browser to test... however APT is important to me, will it work with TinyCore or something similar?

Will tinyCore let me use APT? I am looking forward to use a very light version of Linux on a netbook or something. For the last few years I been using Linux Mint and I like it, but I am getting tired of it, since it is too big to my taste now, and I want an easier, faster and more lightweight one, however I am used to apt-get in Ubuntu and Debian.

I only use my computers for coding and web development stuff, so I don't want to get my hands dirty on a Linux stuff for long, all I need is a lightweight OS that doesn't look stupid and big, vim and a browser to test. However, APT is important to me; will it work with TinyCore or something similar?

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will tinyCore let me use APT? I am looking forward to use a very light version linux on a netbook or somthingg, for the last few years i been using linux mint and i like it, but i am getting tired of it, coz it is too big to my taste now nad i want an easier faster more lightweghit one, however i am used to apt-get install whole idea of ubuntu and debian, and i only use my computers for coding and web development stuff so i dont wanna get my hands dirty on a linux stuff for long, all i need is a lightweight OS that doesnt look stupid and big, and vim and a browser to test........... however APT is important to me, will it work with tinycore or somthing similar???

Can I use APT on TinyCore?

Will tinyCore let me use APT? I am looking forward to use a very light version of Linux on a netbook or something. For the last few years I been using Linux Mint and I like it, but I am getting tired of it, since it is too big to my taste now, and I want an easier, faster and more lightweight one, however I am used to apt-get in Ubuntu and Debian.

I only use my computers for coding and web development stuff, so I don't wanna get my hands dirty on a Linux stuff for long, all I need is a lightweight OS that doesn't look stupid and big, vim and a browser to test... however APT is important to me, will it work with TinyCore or something similar?

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